Picard Series at the end of 2019

Discussion in 'Future of Trek' started by Lord Garth, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. King Daniel Beyond

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    Looking forward to the inevitable leaked pics! Remember the fuss those first Disco Klingons caused?

    Or Kirk in his red cadet jammies way back in '07?
     
  2. Lord Garth

    Lord Garth Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Good times!
     
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  3. donners22

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  4. Kane_Steel

    Kane_Steel Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Amusingly both of them starred in failed live action versions of Justice League.

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  5. ITDUDE

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    I went dark on TrekBBS from about end of ENT to right around when STD was announced. I missed on the whole Kelvinverse hoopla. Was it really fun around here back then?
     
  6. Lord Garth

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    I was joking. I wasn't serious.

    I was a moderator of the Kelvin Forum when it opened up in 2007. I was never the type of mod who handed out warnings willy-nilly, left and right. I once openly said I hate warnings (I view them as a necessary evil). Anyway, I ended up issuing seven warnings one night in that forum. It looked like that might be a regular thing, and that's not the type of mod I wanted to be, so I decided I was done.

    I'd already been a moderator for almost six years anyway and I felt like my time doing that -- and being on the board in general -- had basically run its course. I never thought I'd be posting as much on TrekBBS as am I now ever again. Shows what I know...

    Anyway, I'd probably say overall, the Kelvin Forum was better than the ENT Forum. Nothing will beat that. But, no, it wasn't all rosy. It was a mix of things.
     
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  7. King Daniel Beyond

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    One of my very first posts was about the first photo of the (then) new Enterprise. I said something like "I like it. I wonder what Matt Jeffries would have thought?" and someone replied "Before or after he slit his wrists?"
     
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  8. JoeZhang

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    My memory were the battles about the Enterprise being built on earth which concluded by someone (making an obvious parody) photo shipping Hitler and his dog looking on with Pride as it was constructed.
     
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  9. King Daniel Beyond

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    I wonder if Discovery was built on Earth?:lol:

    They have borrowed a lot from the movie series...
     
  10. Tuskin38

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    The ST09 didn't originate the idea of the ship being built on a planet.
     
  11. King Daniel Beyond

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    It definitely popularised it. I doubt many people even noticed that tiny, blurry picture of a Galaxy class being built on Mars (in another alternate universe, no less) from "Parallels"
     
  12. Tuskin38

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    Wasn't there concept art, or a mention in a making of book somewhere for the TOS Enterprise?
     
  13. King Daniel Beyond

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    The novel A Flag Full of Stars had the saucer section of the classic Enterprise refit to TMP specs in San Francisco and then launch into space under it's own power.

    But as you're so fond of saying when technical details come up, the books aren't canon.:shrug:
     
  14. SG-17

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    I hope we hear or see the results of the New Atlantis Project and maybe some cities we haven't seen on screen before like New York or DC.
     
  15. Tuskin38

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    Alright? I wasn't talking about canon. I was just talking about the idea in general.